With our railjet trains, you can reach Vienna International Airport quickly and easily from any Austrian state capital, either directly or with one change at Wien Hauptbahnhof (Vienna Main station). The ÖBB railjet train service serves Vienna International Airport via Vienna Main station twice an hour. The fastest connection gets you there from Salzburg in only 2 hours 49 mins, from Linz in 1 hour 43 mins, from St Pölten in 55 mins and from Vienna Main station in just 15 mins. We will bring you to your flight in peace while you browse travel guides or arrange business meetings. From the station, it’s just a short indoor walk to the terminal building. Step-free access is also available.
Further public transport connections from Vienna to Vienna Airport: CAT (City Airport Train), buses operated by Vienna AirportLines, as well as the rapid transit railway S7.
Getting there from Austria
With an ÖBB long-distance train, you can reach Vienna Airport quickly and easily from any state capital.
Getting there from Vienna
From Vienna, you can reach the airport easily and comfortably in several ways.
Direct, fast and comfortable rail connections to Vienna Airport: Every hour, you can board a railjet in Linz and travel to Vienna Airport from 1 hour and 43 minutes.
With the change of the timetable in December 2016, the options for getting to Vienna International Airport have been improved even further. All long-distance trains that serve Vienna International Airport are railjet trains. There are hourly connections to Vienna International Airport from Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
There are also improvements for people travelling from Graz: in addition to the hourly connections, there are also 6 daily direct connections between Graz and Vienna International Airport every day.
As before, there are also convenient connections every two hours from Carinthia via Vienna main station.